Cameroonian Arrested For Conning Kenyans, Promising To Mint For Them Fake Money

Fortaw Elvis Nkenglefac. [IMAGE/ COURTESY]

A Cameroonian national has been arraigned in court for conning Kenyans.

The Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti noted that Mr Fortaw Elvis Nkenglefac alias ‘Derrick’ has been obtaining money by false pretenses.

Posting on their official Twitter page, the DCI stated: “Mr. Fortaw Elvis Nkenglefac alias ‘Derrick’ a #Cameroonian national was arraigned in court today for obtaining money by false pretenses.”

Following his schemes, the DCI has asked any Kenyan who has fallen victim to his pretenses to report to the agency’s offices or at any police station.

“He duped his victims that he could make money using chemicals. If you’re a victim, kindly report at #DCI Kilimani or at any Police Station,” they captioned.

Read: How Corrupt KeRRA Managers Are Minting Millions In Dubious Tenders

This incident adds to the number of other multiple cases where Kenyans have been conned by fraudsters who promised their victims of more money.

These cons are not specific to ordinary Kenyans alone, as former MP Danson Mungata was last year conned Ksh76 million by a West Africans who had promised to multiply his monies to a billion.

Mungatana gave the West Africans his car to sell and add proceeds to purchase the chemicals for turning his millions into a billion.

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Written by Jael Keya

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